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cf. Akk. bittu “daughter”, Ug. WSem. lw. ( In the texts concerning the divorce of the king of Ugarit Ammistamru from the daughter of the Great Lady (wife of Bentešina, king of Amurru) the word for “daughter”, for which in Ugarit usually the logogram DUMU.SAL is used, is written several times syllabically, always in the expression “daughter of the Great Lady” (CAD R 26): salbi-it-ta ra-bi-ti (AnOr 48, 11f. RS 1957.1: 6;10); salbi-it-ti ra-bi-ti (ibid. 18; 21); salbi-it-[ti ra-bi-ti] (MRS 9, 128 RS 17.348 r. 4). bittu is interpreted here as a West Semitic cognate of Akkadian bintu (Kühne 1973, 177; Sivan 1984, 212). Apart from these references, bittu occurs in personal names of Alalaḫ (see the list in Sivan 1984, 212).)
Brown-Driver-Briggs Abridged Hebrew Lexicon
בַּת 587 n.f. daughter1daughter, female child 2young women, women3 with name of city, land, or people, poet. personif. of that city or inhabitants 4 pl. = villages, after name of city 5 in phrases denoting character, quality, etc. 6ostrich7 fig. 8 of vine = branch9 as n. relat.
Strong Concise Dictionary Of The Words In The Hebrew Bible
H1323בַּתbath; from 1129 (as feminine of 1121); a daughter (used in the same wide sense as other terms of relationship, literally and figuratively) — apple (of the eye), branch, company, daughter, × first, × old, owl, town, village.